On the road to tourism success

Ken Leong is a pragmatist who would not waste time on something unless he can make substantive enough contributions and gain from it. But there’s always something that fascinates him about Myanmar – the resilience and friendliness of its people and their unique charming cultures, as well as the refreshing natural topography despite being in […]

Lien AID plans more clean water projects in remote rural Myanmar

Singapore’s Lien AID has been improving the health and well-being of remote communities in Asia by providing potable water and sanitation since 2006. The charity has been able to mobilise funds and technical skills to be able to deliver drinking water and sanitation services to 2800 villages, 270 schools and 50 health centres in Cambodia, […]

Getting a Reasonable Lunch (< US$5) in Yangon’s Western Restaurant

Located at the meeting point between the delicate aromatic flavours of China and Thailand and the intense fiery aromas of India, Myanmar’s cuisine reflects the diversity of the nation itself. Yangon is a cosmopolitan metropolis, home to some six million inhabitants and an ever-expanding expatriate community. Theoretically it should have a culinary scene to rival […]